Community Updates for 5/20/22
Posted By flanglois on May 20, 2022
Dear Luma Residents,
Cheese and Beer Pairing at HiDef Brewing May 22nd
You still have time to purchase tickets to the South Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) Cheese and Beer Pairing this Sunday, May 22nd from 2-4PM at HiDef Brewing located at 1203 South Olive (at the corner of 12th and Olive.) Vagabond Cheese and HiDef Brewing are providing the food and drink, learn more about a variety of exciting artisan cheeses and beers being brewed right here in South Park! Tickets are $40 each. For more info and to RSVP, click here.
What Do We Want From the Next L.A. Mayor?” May 26th Zócalo Event
Mayoral candidates in Los Angeles love to offer plans and make promises. But in L.A., City Hall is more likely to follow than to lead. Change here has always come from Angelenos themselves, and the ways we interact with each other and cope with the accidents, disasters, and ongoing challenges that define life in L.A. Before June’s first-round mayoral election, Zócalo tunes out the politicians and asks the people: what do we want for Los Angeles, and how might we get it? A panel moderated by KCRW’s Janaya Williams will discuss what an L.A. of the people, by the people, for the people could look like. For more information and to register, click here.
Closure of the 101 Freeway May 21st
The City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering will require a 24-hr closure of the 101 Freeway through Downtown Los Angeles to complete median restoration and road reconstruction repairs under the Sixth Street Viaduct. The closure will start at 10 PM, Saturday, May 21st and be completed by 10 PM Sunday, May 22nd. Caltrans will also be doing slab replacement work along the closed stretch of the 101 Freeway. This will involve the 101 Freeway between State Route 60 and the Interstate 10 interchange.
Composting Bin in the Recycling Room
There is a new bin in the recycling room designated for composting. The bin is green and located against the East wall. The bin is for: Coffee Grounds, Fruit, Bread, Fish, Meat, Vegetables, Dairy, and Tea Bags. More information is available here https://nasarecycla.com/zero-waste/what-goes-in/ You can place your composting items in bags before placing them in the bin, as long as they’re compostable!
LA County Public Health Mask Advisory
4-21-22: Masks are still required in some settings and strongly recommended in others – See the summary here http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/acd/ncorona2019/masks/RulesAndRecommendations/#when and the details in the Health Officer Order.